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    Suddenly, you can find everywhere in countries like Japan or America, has people who is looking at their cellphone, randomly walking to each direction. In fact, most of they are Pokemon player. Which is a game based on AR (Augmented Reality). This technology recently becomes very popular, and Pokemon Go is now a very last try of AR games. The AR technology applied in Pokemon Go has showed the major feature of AR. Unlike video games, AR games don’t have built up maps or environments. It is a way to improve the visual of real-life.(Mudhar, 2016, B2) So in Pokemon Go, your are still doing what you do in real world. but when the application is open, it will self record the distances you have walked. Also your position will be recorded on GPS, so they can show your character on the map. Once there is a Pokemon near by, the application will vibrate, so that user can notice and catch the Pokemon they want. To some people, They are called Pokemon crazy. They catch Pokemon every day, some of them even hang out at middle of night for catching Pokemon. It is very interesting why a game can makes people acting weirdly. There is a lot of explains, to be more scientific, first I will discuss how to explain it with psychology. “To many people It is the very first experience of AR to many people.”(D’andrea interviewed McArthur , 2016) People always get fancy on new technology. Although AR isn’t that new. But still, there isn’t a lot of application for AR before. Therefor, people will be…

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    As a research from Texas A&M University stated, “Real-life positive health consequences of playing Pokémon Go - a new GPS-based augmented reality game - are being realized across the nation” ("Health Benefits of Pokémon Go"). Pokemon Go launched in the United States during the summer of 2016. In the game, players use the global positioning system (GPS) on their smartphone technology, in order “to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures” (Grover). As a result, this game forces…

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    Artist Edgar Degas defined art as being: “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see” (Le French 1). In other words, any artist can create something and call it a “piece of art,” but it does not represent any significance if no one can become inspired by it or see the purpose behind it. However, what then would be considered “art” and how would you describe it? A common answer to people is that there is no one particular meaning or that the imagination is endless. Though, true, I…

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    The Lexicon Of Pokemon Go

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    Throughout the course of these 10 weeks, I recorded my experience regarding the worldwide phenomena, Pokemon GO. Released July 1st, 2016, Pokemon GO is a smartphone game that uses GPS and real-time tracking to allow users to virtually traverse the world of Pokemon, collecting new creatures, items, and real-life interactions along the way. While the game is based on the original game series started in Japan in 1996, making its way to the United States in 1998, the game play is quite different.…

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    Pokemon Essay

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    Who in this world has never played or heard about the game Pokemon? I am sure that every teenager used to play the game when he was a kid or every older people have children who played years ago. I remember whenever I was a kid I used to love this game; getting the new version every year, meet with all my friends to play it together, but over the years the game became repetitive. Pokemon needed a blast, and it was accomplished with the released of Pokemon go. The game Pokémon is a Japanese…

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    [ "Hey who 's there I can 't see you" "Anyhow welcome to my gym" "Darkness gave birth to the universe" ] Hello my names Drew, I became a gym leader following the exploration to find the legendary shadow Pokemon known as Darkrai. While exploring the ruins leading to the discovery that Darkrai did exist me and my partner Murkrow were getting close and shared a deep trainer bond. Soon after my team started to form and now after exploring for many years I decided to settle in and start up my own…

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    Pokemon Research Paper

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    A bit of Pokemon history to begin, Pokemon has been around for twenty years. Pokemon was created by Satoshi Tajiri and developed and released by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures or better known as a trio joint company Pokemon Company or Pokemon Company International. Which was not official until 1998. The first sets of games were released in Japan on February 27, 1996, under the name Pocket Monsters Red and Green for the Nintendo Game Boy. While it has been here in the United States under…

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    “Maybe all we had has always been right Think of all the love you gain when you send it over Think of all the wool I’ve spun to be here tonight” A good intelligence officer should not have any tells. They should never, under any circumstances, endanger the mission by falling for and sleeping with their partner. It was a very good thing, then, that Cassian was currently on furlough because he was failing miserably on both counts. For the first time in many years, a mission—the mission—was…

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    Field Experience One: Film Analysis Mon Oncle. Dir. Jacques Tati. Perfs. Jacques Tati. Gaunt Film Company, 1958. Enter Monsieur Hulot; a creation of Jacques Tati and an embodiment of pure comic genius. In the film, we’re introduced to the quaint, lively, simple, and positively extraordinary life of Monsieur Hulot and his culture. The family of M. Hulot includes his nephew Gérard, his sister Madame Arpel and her husband Monsieur Arpel. The Arpel family and M. Hulot come from vastly different…

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    The development of the legend of king Arthur spans more than one thousand years. From the briefest mentions of a valiant warrior that fended off the Anglo-Saxon invasions of the island, to the elaborate in depth legend of a man destined to rule England with his knights of the round table. The development of this legend is a fascinating insight to how history was written, and more interestingly not written, and who ended up writing the version that stood the test of time. History is often written…

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